- Seven foot vines produce 7 to 8 inch long dark green slicers with a diameter of 2.5 inches.
- Bred at the South Carolina Truck Experimental Station in Charleston
- Ashley is vigorous, widely adapted and performs well in humid conditions and hot conditions. Downy mildew resistant.
- Recommended by University Extension in South Carolina, Texas. California, and Florida. Vines run 7 feet.
Planting Directions: Sow seed in spring after all danger of frost is past and the soil temperature is between 60° to 95°. Plant seed 1/2” to 1” deep in hills of 4-6 seeds spaced 2-3’ apart. Prepare the soil in early spring incorporating rich compost or a general garden fertilizer as soil requires. Sow transplants indoors 4 weeks before setting out in the garden. Cucumber is a warm weather vegetable, maintain soil temperatures of 70° to 80°. Regular, generous watering after the blossoms appear boosts yields and produces uniform, non-bitter fruits. Trellis for straighter cucumbers and better production.Click Here Keane's Refrigerator Pickle Recipe